Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have sparked speculation they’re launching their own reality show after revealing they filmed a recent food shopping trip.
The Love Island couple, both 21, already share much of their lives on Instagram and YouTube however have now hinted they could be starting a new venture.
During a trip to Asda, the boxer shared a snap of a camera and microphone on the side of a trolley being pushed by the influencer and penned: ‘What’s going on here’.
New project? Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have sparked speculation they’re launching their own reality show after revealing they filmed a recent food shopping trip
The camera appeared to be pointed towards Molly-Mae as the couple walked down a homeware aisle with nothing yet thrown into the trolley.
Tommy also shared a selfie from their trip out for essentials, with the duo both donning black facemasks and casual jackets.
Molly-Mae threw up a peace sign for the camera and appeared to be in good spirits as she ran errands alongside her beau.
Shooting footage: The Love Island couple attached a camera and microphone to the trolley as they walked around Asda
An insider told The Sun that the food shop filming trip was for a new video being made for Molly-Mae’s YouTube channel.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Molly-Mae and Tommy.
The reality star couple often film their day-to-day activities, sharing everything from their breakfast to closet clear-outs on Instagram.
Molly-Mae also records for her YouTube, which boasts 1.4m subscribers and features content ranging from Tommy rating her ‘clubbing outfits’ to a vlog from their recent Maldives trip.
Getting the essentials: Tommy also snapped a selfie with Molly-Mae as they stocked up of food
However the duo sparked a furore back in December when one of Molly-Mae’s uploads revealed them to not be wearing masks on their Dubai break.
The Love Island contestants were branded ‘privileged’ by their YouTube fans for not wearing a mask or wearing them incorrectly while in public spaces such as a restaurant, plane and taxi while on the trip.
Some viewers suggested they found the viewing ‘uncomfortable’ as the couple chose to flout coronavirus restrictions while enjoying their sun-soaked getaway.
The video began with Molly-Mae and Tommy on the plane to Dubai in their first class seats, as the influencer pulled her mask below her chin to talk to the camera.
Unimpressed: It comes after they were called out by YouTube viewers for not wearing masks on their Dubai break in December following the release of her latest vlog
Comments: The stars were branded ‘privileged’ by their followers for not wearing a mask or wearing them incorrectly while in public spaces on the trip
The video shared an intimate insight into their luxurious trip, however it also showed fans that they had missed the mark with regards to following local rules.
Restrictions in the country state that everyone must wear a face covering while in public spaces once out of your private residence.
During the video Molly-Mae and Tommy were also filmed without a mask while riding in a taxi, while exiting a restaurant and while inside an ice cream parlour.
They were joined by their pals Maura Higgins and her boyfriend Chris Taylor following dinner at the Burj Khalifa, however the couple were seen both covering their faces with black face masks.
Vlog: The couple filmed while leaving the restaurant of the Burj Khalifa without wearing any face covering
Fans of Molly-Mae and Tommy were left unimpressed by their holiday antics and shared their opinions in the comments section below the video.
One person said: ‘Love this vlog but pls just make life easier for the flight attendants and wear your mask properly :(.’
While another person added: ‘Why they not wearing face masks? People in the background are wearing them. These are setting such bad examples god.’
Reaction: Fans of Molly-Mae and Tommy were left unimpressed by their holiday antics and shared their opinions in the comments section below the video
A third wrote: ‘Where are the masks guys.’
A different person sarcastically added: ‘Great start to the vid, encouraging everyone to wear their masks..’
Another penned: ‘Why are you pulling down your mask to speak on plane? Secondly I love you guys but you look hella privileged standing around when others are wearing masks and you are not. Disappointing.’
MailOnline contacted the couple’s representatives at the time.
All smiles: The couple went mask free in the back of a taxi